Paul Got A Spock Card From Card.com

This is a sponsored post for Card.com but we love it anyway. If you have a child who goes to college, then you know that getting them money is a hassle. Lots of schools have debit cards that you can recharge but it is hardly convenient. This is why we are really excited to write about Card.com. Card.com is an easy rechargeable Prepaid Visa Credit Card that you can recharge as easy as sending an email. What can you do with a Card.com Prepaid Visa Credit Card?

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Virtual Piggy

As parents, we have to remember to teach our kids a million things. Brush your teeth at least twice a day. Say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. Too much of a good thing is not good. Wear sun screen. As they get older, it is imperative that we teach them about money. In the old days, using cash was a tangible and real way of adding and subtracting money. We could see what we had and what we had left. Today, with credit cards, gift cards and digital shopping outlets, money is almost an abstract concept.

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Binary Options Using CedarFinance.com

Way back in the day, I traded stock. I had an actual portfolio. It was not very big but it had a few shares of American Airline’s stock, before it was AMR, and one hundred shares of Phillips Petroleum. Having this many shares was enough so that I could sell options, which was something that I needed to learn about. I did pretty well at the time. I was getting about 21% return after the brokerage fees. Of course, this was in the days before internet. I actually had to walk into a brokerage firm to trade stocks. I was able to buy and sell options by making a phone call. And the brokerage fee was huge by today’s standards.

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Time Or Money

A recent study by Parents magazine and The Center for the Next Generation asked parents whether they would like 10,000 dollars or an extra hour of quality time with their family. 2/3 of the respondents chose the money. Look, times are tough and 10 grand could ease up the stress a bit. However, this answer is not just an indication of economic times or even a smart fiscal decision. It is the root to family issues everywhere. When we choose money or work or ambition or advancement over family, that choice is not selfless.

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Money And Other Reasons That People Divorce

For the last two days we have let you know that we at CoupleDumb are not pro-marriage. We are pro-happy. If there are other things out there that make you happier than being in a relationship then get out. Which brings us to today’s reason why people get divorced: Finance and career. Some people just cannot have both a career and a relationship. It is one or the other. Others do not even realize that they are pitting the importance of money in their life against the priorities of their relationship.

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